Adding or Dropping Classes

If you are in good standing, you are encouraged to use WebAdvisor to add or drop classes. If you are not familiar with WebAdvisor, instructions are available. If you do not have access to a computer, you may add or drop classes at the Admissions and Records counter or web room during regular business hours. Be sure to bring your government issued photo ID.

Check the Important Dates page for information on determining important deadlines. These deadlines are determined by the State of California and are defined in Title 5, Part VI, Division 6 of the California Code of Regulations. Exceptions to these deadlines can only be made due to extenuating circumstances. For Add Deadline exceptions, contact the instructor teaching the class.

Registering For Classes

You must be in Good Standing to register for your classes in WebAdvisor.

Good Standing consists of:

  • Having an active application in the State Center Community College District (SCCCD) at either Fresno City College, Reedley College, or Clovis Community College
  • No Registration Holds
  • No Academic Holds*
  • No Business Office Holds with any college in the SCCCD

* If you are on Academic Probation you must register for your classes in person at the Admissions and Records counter. You will only be allowed to register up to the specific number of units authorized. Be prepared to show your authorization from Counseling and your government issued photo ID.

Registration Deadlines

  • Pre-Registration Period - Is the time period starting from the student’s registration date to the Friday prior to the start of the class. All full and short term classes may be added at any time during Pre-Registration.
  • Add Period - Is the time period from the start of the class and before 20 percent of the class meetings have occurred. All full and short term classes may be added any time prior to the end of the Add period.

You may register for classes on or after your assigned Registration Date as long as it is within the Pre-Registration period. If it is within the Add period, you must have a Student Add Label or a printed email with an Authorization Code from the instructor.

  • Pass/No Pass Requests - can be made beginning at the start of the class and before 30 percent of the class meetings have occurred by submitting the Pass/No Pass form online. If you request Pass/No Pass you may not change your request once that 30 percent mark has passed.

Dropping Classes

You do not need to be in good standing to drop classes from your schedule. However, if you are not in good standing, you must do so in person at the Admissions and Records counter and must show your government issued photo ID.

Drop Deadlines

  • Pre-Registration Period - Is the time period starting from the student’s registration date to the Friday prior to the start of the class. All full and short term classes may be dropped at any time during Pre-Registration. Fees paid for classes dropped, during this period, will be credited.
  • Early Drop Period - Is the time period from the start of the class and before 10 percent of the class meetings have occurred. All full and short term classes may be dropped prior to 5:00 pm on the last day of the Early Drop Period for a full refund.
  • Late Add Period - Is the time period from after 10 percent and before 20 percent of the class meetings have occurred. All full and short term classes may be dropped at any time during the late Add Period. There will be No Refund for classes dropped during this period, even if the class was added during this period. Classes dropped during this period will not appear on your End of Term Official Transcript.
  • Late Drop Period - Is the time period from after 20 percent and before 50 percent of the class meetings have occurred. All full and short term classes may be dropped at any time during the Late Drop Period. Classes dropped during this period will be considered a “withdrawal” and will appear on your End of Term Official Transcript with a “W” instead of a letter grade. There will be No Refund for classes dropped during this period.
  • Post Drop Period – Once the Late Drop Period has ended (after 50 percent of the class meetings have occurred), classes may only be dropped with a “W” if the withdrawal is caused by Extenuating Circumstances. Classes dropped for circumstances beyond your control will be considered a “withdrawal” and will appear on your End of Term Official Transcript with a “W” instead of a letter grade. There will be No Refund for classes dropped during this period. See the Withdraw for Extenuating Circumstances section for complete details.
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